The first four projects are aimed at adults,but have no fear, your kiddos can still join in the fun. Just be sure to keep an eye on them as most of these crafts involve glass, chemicals and scissors.
I've been in love with these since the day I first spotted them on Pinterest. They are super easy to make and look fantastic on a nightstand or mantel.
This project is a great way to display your favorite photos of the guy in your life. Who knew an old empty soup can could be so useful?
I also found this little gem a while back on Pinterest. How awesome is this? Word of advice, don't wait until the day before Father's Day to attempt to make this gift. You're going to need a bit of time to drink the Whiskey so you'll have an empty bottle. Not a bit drinker? Call over a few friends and have a ladies poker night.
This shaving cream is a great gift for that special guy in your life. It's super easy to make, smells wonderful and is great for sensitive skin.
Here's one for both you and the kiddos to do together. This project is a bit more difficult than the rest, so be sure to allow yourself plenty of time to finish.
Is this not adorable? Imagine how great this will look in a frame on your mantel? Don't feel obligated to stick to this pose or phrase. Get creative with it! Personalize it and make it yours.
Another super simple yet completely adorable project. All your kiddos will need are their hands, colorful construction paper, scissors and tape.
Everyone loves a puzzle. Now your guy can enjoy a puzzle along with some of his favorite memories.
Here's another messy project for your kiddos to enjoy. Instead of the typical handprint card, let them switch it up a bit and get playful. Your guy will appreciate the humor.
10. Daddy Tool Frame
10. Daddy Tool Frame
This is almost too adorable for words. Once the kiddos are done putting this together, just pop in one of their favorite photos of them and daddy, and voila, perfection.
The best gifts are the ones that come from the heart, and these heartfelt gifts are sure to put a smile on any Dad's face. As always, if you try out one of these crafts, come back and leave a link to your project so I can show you off. Have another awesome idea for a homemade Father's Day gift, leave the link here or shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.